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Operating manual en

Digital web width guider


BCS
Guiding according to both edges
with two motorized sensor positioning systems
VS 351. / VE 50..
with digital guider RK 40..
and command device DO 200.
1. Function 3
2. Assembly 5
3. Installation 5
4. Setup mode 7
5. Commissioning 9
6. Operation with command device DO 200. 11
7. Optimization 15
8. Maintenance 17
9. Technical data 17

Component descriptions:
Sensor B
Sensor support beam C
Actuating element D
Converter (optional) E
Command stations H
Digital interfaces (optional) I
CAN bus, serial bus and setup editor V
Service manual W
Spare parts X
Parameter lists Y
Diagrams Z

ANL--250717-EN-01
Operating instruction notes

Explanation of symbols  jobs to be performed

important information and instructions

sections of the manual due particular attention to assure the


safe operation of the web width guider.

Operating manual structure The E+L web width guider manual consists of a general system de-
scription (A), individual component descriptions (B, C, ... W), spare
parts lists (X), parameter lists (Y) and diagrams (Z).
Proceed according to the operating manual instructions. All important
operating procedures are explained in the manual. Where necessary,
reference is made to the individual component descriptions.
The block diagram includes a schematic of your system. The block
diagram also includes the address settings in the case of web width
guiders designed by E+L.
See the parameter lists for explanations of the individual setup pa-
rameters. See "Setup editor" section 4 for procedure on checking/
changing parameters.

Type overview The operating manual applies for web width guider with the following
actuating elements:
- EPILiner BC 1...

A page 2
Function

1. Function
1.1 Purpose The web width control system corrects the width of running webs
(textile tire cord) along both web edges.

1.2 Design

Actuator Actuator

Sensor Sensor

Support beam Support beam


Example: Web width control system
BCS with spreader BC 1...
and sensor

The web width guider consists of the following components:


- two sensors to detect the actual position
- two motorized sensor support beams VS 351. / VE 50..
- two actuators (width spreader)
- two digital controllers DC .... .

optionally
- command station DO ....
- digital interface DI .... (e.g. CAN PLC, CAN ARCNET,
CAN INTERBUS)

1.3 Operating principle The sensors are moved to the requested target position by the mo-
torized sensor support beams. They scan the position of the guiding
criterion (edge). If the guiding criterion deviates from its set position
(sensor zero point) the appropriate sensor transmits the magnitude
and direction of the deviation to the digital controller for evaluation.
The position controller uses the actuating element to return the gui-
ding criterion to its set position, see guiding diagram. Web edge cor-
rections are performed on moving webs only.

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mode
a Right end position limiting
b Centering
c Left end position limiting
d Stop
e Right manual offsetting
f Left manual offsetting
g Automatic
mode:
h search edge
i park sensor
k stop (actuating element in auto)
Guiding diagram legend x.11 Left end position x.22 Memory for edge position detected
x.1 Operating mode (see mode) x.12 Right offsetting x.23 Support beam position controller
Guiding diagram

x.2 Position controller actuating element x.13 Left offsetting x.24 Support beam speed controller
x.3 Variable max, actuating speed in manual x.14 Actual positions memory (Actuating element) x.25 Power unit with current controller for
x.4 Speed controller x.15 Memory command for stop support beam
x.5 Variable current limiter x.16 Variabke nax. actuating speed in automatic x.26 Actual speed value recording
x.6 Power module with current controller x.17 Actual speed value detection x.27 Counter
x.7 Electrical actuator x.18 Counter x.28 Support beam position controller
x.8 Hydraulic actuator (optional) x.19 Web position controller x.29 Park position
x.9 Right end position x.20 Edge sensor x.30 Web offset
Function

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x.10 Center position x.21 Sensor zero point detector

1.3.2
Assembly / Installation

2. Assembly Please observe the locally applicable and professional safety


and accident prevention regulations!

2.1 Actuating element  Mount actuating element according to attached description. See
also dimensioned or set-up drawing.

2.2 Sensors The sensors are pre-mounted on the actuating element (sensor sup-
port beam). In exceptional cases, see sensor and actuating element
descriptions, application instructions section.

2.3 Support beam (optional) The support beam is pre-mounted on the actuating element. In ex-
ceptional cases, see support beam description. The support beam
must be mounted so that the sensors are located immediately after
the actuating element, see also actuating element description, appli-
cation instructions section.

2.4 Digital controller The digital controller is either mounted on the actuating element or
designed for mounting in a control cabinet on-site.
The connection between control board and D.C. positioning drive
can run in one line up to a length of 3 m. However, if the distance
is between 3 m and 10 m then the motor lead and the lead of the
incremental encoder MUST run seprately.

2.5 Command stations  The command stations should be mounted in such a way that the
(optional) operator actually sees the equipment he is controlling (e.g. the
support beam).

3. Installation Please observe the locally applicable and professional safety


and accident prevention regultions !

 Run electrical leads according to the attached wiring diagram.

3.1 Sensor  No installation work is requried for compact systems. See the sen-
sor description for exceptions.

3.2 Support beam (optional)  No installation work is required for compact systems. See the de-
scription "Suppor beams" for exceptions.

KAP--250504-EN-01 A page 5
Assembly / Installation

A page 6
Setup mode

4. Setup mode Setup settings should be performed by qualified personnel only.


Basic operation in setup mode on how parameters are displayed
and changed, is documented in the following diagram. In setup
mode, the parameter values may be displayed and modifiable pa-
rameter values also changed by each device featured in the CAN
4.1 Basic operation in setup network.
mode

Setup mode iis started via the "Acknowledge" key and, at the same time, the
"Increase value" key. If a password is requested in the display, setup mode
may only be started once the password has been entered .

+
Enter the password via the "In-
crease/Decrease value" keys.
+ Press "F2" to select each indivi-
dual place.

Press "Decrease value" to se-


lect the "Show Cannet" menu
option.

To quit setup mode you must


select the "Keyboard" menu
option. Then press the "Ack-
nowledge" key.

Select the required device via


the "Increase/Decrease value"
keys .

The parameter value may be


changed via the "Increase/
Decrease value" keys

Select the required para- To change a parameter, Select the required A tick is set via the "Ack-
meter via the "Increase/ the latter must be ope- option via the "In- nowledge" key . With
Decrease value" keys. ned via the "Acknow- crease/Decrease round brackets () only
ledge" key . value" keys. one menu option may
be selected, with square
brackets [] several.

KAP--250211-EN-01 A page 7
Setup mode

4.2 Important additions The following two options are available to quit setup mode:
1. Jump back in the menu to the start window (as described in sec-
tion 4.1 "Basic operation in setup mode").
2. Setup mode is quit by pressing one of three "Automatic", " Center
mode" or "Manual mode" keys, regardless of where one is.
Device address Device designation CANMON may only be called up once, either via the CANMON
program or command station DO 200. .
A flashing device address means that two devices are featured in the
CAN network with the same device address.
If the device designation flashes, the device is not featured (is not
identified via CANMON).

4.3 Allocate password All settings in setup mode may be protected by a freely selected
password. Settings in setup mode are only possible following pass-
word entry. To assure that no unauthorised persons may enter setup
mode, we recommend that a password is defined as follows:
 Start setup mode.
 Select the "customer PIN" parameter in the device (*ZC 4070*)
and enter a five-place numerical password. The password may be
freely selected between 1 and 32767.
If parameter value "0" is entered, no password will be requested
(status on delivery).
 Quit setup mode.
Should unauthorised persons attempt to establish the password
by entering numbers, after the third entry of an incorrect pass-
word, setup mode is inhibited and in addition, a commentary ente-
red in the error memory. Switch off the power briefly on command
station DO 200. to re-enable it.

A page 8
Commissioning

5. Commissioning No-one must be present in the danger area around the web
guider during commissioning or operation. Please observe
the locally applicable and professional safety regulations.

 Check that the connecting leads are correctly wired.


 Connect all web guider devices to the operating voltage.
 Check the CAN bus connections. The CAN bus connection LEDs
on the web guider and command stations will light up green, i.e.
operational. If one of the LEDs lights up red, the corresponding
CAN connection has a malfunction. Check the device and CAN
cabling.
 Position and check sensor, set if necessary (e.g. adjustment etc.)
see sensor description.

5.1 Spreading device  See spreading device description.


(optional)
5.2 Auxiliary drive (optional)  See aulixiary device description.

This terminates the commissioning for standard applications.

The settings for the following functions are listed in the descrip-
ton of the control board RK 4004:
Step size for web displacement by touch control
Oscillation
Proportional range (amplification of control loop)
Positioning speed in automatic mode
Positioning speed in manual mode
Reduction of positioning speed in the event of a web defect
Sensor emergency operation
Adaptive amplification
Early warning for limit of travel
Programmable digital inputs
Acceleration ramp manual mode
Dynamic motor current elevation

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Commissioning

A page 10
Operation with command device DO 200.

6. Operation with The web may only be inserted when the web width guider and
processing machine are switched off.
command de- Risk of injury!
vice DO 200. If two or more digital guiders are networked, before operation
each individual control loop for which the following operation se-
quence is to be applicable must be selected via the "multi-operati-
on" function.
 Enable web width guider operating voltage

6.1 Multi-operation
(if featured)

 Select multi-operation menu


HELP

F1

F2

F3
Press "F 4" to start the multi-operation menu. All groups featured
F4
will be displayed.

 Select group
Via the "Decrease value" key each group may now be selected
by the selection bar. A tick displayed in front of a group indicates
that the latter has been selected for subsequent operation. To set
a tick, press "F 4" and press again to remove ticks. Select the indi-
vidual groups one after another via the "Decrease value" key and
make your selection.
 Quit multi-operation menu
Press "Acknowledge" to quit the multi-operation menu.

User group
The group selected by the selection bar prior to quitting the menu
is now selected as user group. The first number indicated in the
"Group" display represents the user group. The remaining num-
bers indicate the groups selected.

6.2 Actuating element and


support beam operation
HELP

F1

F2
 Select actuating element menu
F3
Press "F 2" until the following symbol (actuating element) is
displayed beside the key.
F4

HELP
 Select center mode
F1

F2
The web control is switched off, the web guider positions itself at
F3

F4
the set center position.
Before inserting a new web always set the actuating element to
"center" mode first.

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Operation with command device DO 200.

HELP
 Set web offset to "0"
F1
Press the "Increase/Decrease value" keys at the same time.
F2

F3

F4

 Select guiding mode


HELP

Use "F 1" to switch from web edge (left/right edge sensor) to web
center (both sensors). The web edge (left/right edge sensor) de-
F1

F2

F3

F4
pends on the direction of web travel.
By pressing "F 1" the actuating element is always switched to
"manual".
Both sensors Left Right
(web center) sensor sensor

Web direction of travel

HELP

F1

F2
 Select support beam menu
F3
Press "F 2" until the following symbol (support beam) is dis-
played next to the key.
F4

 Park sensors
To park the sensors "Center position" mode must be selected. The
HELP

F1

F2

F3
sensors are parked. The frame around the "Park sensor" symbol,
F4
located next to the "Increase value" key, flashes while the sensors
are being parked.

 Insert web
HELP

F1

F2
 Sensoren motorisch in Betriebsart Hand an die gewünschte
F3

F4
Bahnbreitenposition positionieren.

 Quit support beam menu


HELP

Press "F 2" until the following symbol (actuating element) is


F1

F2

displayed next to the key.


F3

F4

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Operation with command device DO 200.

 Select required actuating element operating mode


Automatic, center position or manual mode.
HELP

- Manual mode: the actuating element may be positioned at the re-


F1

F2

quired location via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys.


F3

F4

HELP

F1

F2
- Automatic mode: if the guider stop contact is not connected, the
F3

F4
web width guider will go into automatic mode immediately.

 Start processing machine


If the guider stop contact is connected the web width guider will
only go into automatic mode once enabled by the guider stop con-
tact.

 Set web offset


HELP

Use the "Increase/Decrease value" keys in automatic mode to set


F1

F2

a web offset.
F3

F4

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Operation with command device DO 200.

A page 14
Optimisation

7. Optimization Amplification is correctly set if, after brief overshooting the error is
corrected. If the position controller is set with too great a degree
7.1 Optimization premises of sensitivity, the guider will overshoot as well. In the case of too
little amplification the control loop will be too slow. Optimum am-
plification may be determined with a characteristic curve tracer. In
practice, amplification may also be determined by trial and error:
Amplification too high While the web is controlled in the automatic mode it is necessa-
ry to shortly cover up the sensor measuring range (with a piece
of cardboard for ex.) . A change of the web position will change
Amplification right the web path. The level-out behavior of the web guider provides
Amplification too low
further data on the amplification.
The smaller the set proportional range is for the maximum correction
path of the actuator (parameter ".4.5. prop stroke ±"), the greater the
amplification of the web guider.
A negative proportional range causes negative amplification, the
effective direction is thus inverted in automatic mode.
Correction Proportional range
positioning path .1.3. prop range ±
2.0 3.5
established correction
positioning path depen-
ding on proportional 18 mm
range
10.5 mm

Control deviation

Correction positioning
path
.4.5. prop stroke ±
25 mm

Set position
(Sensor measuring range
Control deviation of
center)
1.5 mm

By reducing the proportional range the characteristic curve (see fig.)


becomes steeper. The steeper the characteristic curve the greater
the positioning path of the actuator given a control deviation and the
more sensitive the system becomes. The correction positioning path
of the actuator may be established on the basis of the characteristic
curve independently of the control deviation.

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Optimisation

In this example a proportional range of 2 mm or 3.5 mm has been


assumed with a correction positioning path of 25 mm.
If the control deviation is 1,5 mm the following correction positioning
paths will result:
18 mm for a proportional range of 2 mm
10,5 mm for a proportional range of 3,5 mm
The values may also be calculated arithmetically:
Amplification (G) = parameter .4.5. / parameter .1.3.
Correction positioning path (SK) = control deviation * amplication (G)

Example 1: Example 2:
G = 25/2 = 12.5 G = 25/3.5 = 7.14
SK = 1.5 mm * 12.5 SK = 1.5 mm * 7.14
VK = 18.75 mm VK = 10.71 mm

Reduce the proportional range by small steps only. Following each


change of the parameter value a web deviation should be produced
manually in automatic mode so that oscillation may be detected im-
mediately.
Reduce the proportional range until the guider starts to oscillate. The
increase the proportional range again until no more oscillation may
be observed.
7.2 Optimizing the proportio-
nal range
 Select operational mode "Automatic" .

 Select parameter ".1.3. prop range ±" .


 Modify parameter value as required.
Smaller value = web guider more responsive
Bigger value = web guider less responsive
Each time the parameter value is changed the web should be de-
viated so that oscillation is detected immediately.
Leave the setup mode after setting the proportional range.

If two or several digital controllers are networked it is necessary to


select the equipment address of the relevant web guider before
selecting the parameter, see chapter "Setup-Editor".

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Maintenance / Technical data

8. Maintenance Maintenance may only be performed when the web guider


and processing machine are switched off .

8.1 Sensor  See sensor description.

8.2 Support beam (optional)  See support beam description.

8.3 Actuating element  See actuating element description.

8.4 Converter (optional)  See converter description.

9. Technical data The technical data depend on the devices implemented and are spe-
cified in the relevant descriptions.
Technical data subject to modification without notice.

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